If you want to protect your business and outshine the competition, you must stay abreast of the trends and challenges that affect the construction industry. Keeping up with the latest regulatory changes, complying with safety rules, and remaining productive during a national labor shortage proves to be a challenge for even the savviest construction professional.
These factors and more can lead to a host of legal issues if you are not properly equipped to handle them. This is why you should entrust your construction business to a reputable Portland construction law firm comprised of a group of competent attorneys who are intimately familiar with the nuances of Portland construction law.
Knowledgeable and Responsive Portland Construction Law Attorneys
When you are facing a legal issue that could threaten the very foundation of your livelihood, you need an experienced law firm that can protect and enforce your legal rights. Cotney Construction Law is a law firm dedicated to representing the construction industry. Since 1999, we have served numerous construction professionals, including contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, and others, in an array of construction-related matters.
Our attorneys have the education and construction industry experience necessary to meet your needs. We are ready to serve you in a wide range of areas including the services mentioned in the following sections.
Litigation and Arbitration
Our firm routinely represents contractors and other construction professionals in a wide range of disputes including those involving contracts, wage and hour, defects, bond law, bid protests, and more. We are well-versed in commercial and construction arbitrations administered by associations such as the American Arbitration Association (AAA).
We help our clients manage workplace safety and maintain OSHA compliance. We can help you navigate the inspection, citation, and appeals processes. We can also defend you against OSHA complaints and citations.
Anyone involved in construction activity for the improvement of real property has a right to payment for the work or services provided on the property. If you have not received payment, we will help you recover what rightfully belongs to you. We can walk you through the process and prepare all the necessary documents for you.
Anyone that participates in construction work for compensation involving improvements to real property is required to have a license issued by the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB). If a complaint has been filed against your license, we can defend you against the claim.
If you are in need of a professional construction law firm, please submit our contact request form for more information.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.